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|Kevin Djimarr||songman and clap sticks|
|Jimmy Djabbarali||songman and clapsticks|
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(1995) Bawinanga Aboriginal Corporation - number not known , Culture Office | Maningrida Arts and Culture, firstname.lastname@example.org
Wurrurrumi is the Kuninjku name for Snake Vine (Tinospora smilacina) and also the name of the song style on this recording. These songs are sung during the Kuninjku diplomacy called Mamurrng and also for circumcision. ceremonies called Walk. Side A contains old traditional songs and side B is mostly new compositions by songman Kevin Djimarr. The Wurrurrumi song style is associated with the duwa moiety, and particularly the Kurulk clan in the Mann River district, of which Djimarr and Djabbarali are members.
Reviewer: Bawinanga Aboriginal Corp. WWW page
Wurrumi is a collection of Kunwinjku songs with didjeridu and clapstick accompaniment. It was recorded at the museum at Maningrida Station.